Editorial for Nov. 15
Today officially starts our run to the holidays and the end of 2017, with Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas and New Year’s.
Tuesday is Halloween, and with the leaves changing color and chill in the air, it seems a perfect time for some spooky fun.
It’s a sticky subject, suicide is.
It’s sad, but true.
What a somber start to the month, with multiple deaths in Polk County from car accidents, as reported in last week’s paper, to a mass shooting in Las Vegas that affects us all as we mourn with victims and their loved ones, to communities still recovering from massive hurricanes.
For more than a decade, we have published our news free online. Beginning Monday, we will offer online subscriptions.
We’re in the business of asking questions. Sometimes, those questions are hard ones, and, honestly, we often know the answer before we ask. But we still have to ask.
Editorial for Sept. 6
Most people get mail Monday through Saturday. But what happens when the mail comes later than we expect?
Whether you’re looking forward to the Great American Eclipse Monday and all that goes with it, or dreading the predictions of tens of thousands of tourists flooding Polk County, it’s here.
Educate visitors on fire danger
Editorial for July 26
Editorial for July 19
Editorial for July 9